Workshops

Workshops for digital curators

Effective digital curation allows the sharing of curated data among researchers and relies upon the UK research community as a whole developing data curation and preservation skills. 

To stimulate knowledge sharing throughout the higher education sector, the DCC co-ordinates a range of advocacy services nationwide – among them, our hugely popular workshops series. 

Further your knowledge of data curation

DCC workshops may combine case studies, presentations and/or interactive breakout sessions to explore some of the more complex issues affecting digital curators today. 

Places at our workshops fill up fast, and it’s a case of first come, first served. Bookmark this page or subscribe to our RSS feed or mailing list to stay informed about forthcoming workshops – and be sure to sign up for a space quickly to avoid disappointment.

DCC Workshop on Persistent Identifiers

University of Glasgow, 30 June - 1 July 2005
The persistent identification of digital information can play a vital role in enabling its long-term accessibility and re-use. In recent years, there have been fragmented attempts to define a set of basic requirements for persistently identifying digital information. While workshops by CETIS and ERPANET have helped to highlight some of the major issues involved with persistent identification over time, widespread agreement on basic requirements has yet to be achieved.

Preservation Workflow Workshop

Budapest, 11 - 13 October 2004
The DCC was a co-sponsor of this ERPANET event.

Persistent Identifiers

Cork, 17 - 18 June 2004
The DCC was a co-sponsor of this ERPANET event.

File Formats and Registries

Vienna, 10 - 11 May 2004
The DCC was a co-sponsor of this ERPANET event.

Audit and Certification in Preservation

Antwerp, 14 - 16 April 2004
The DCC was a co-sponsor of this ERPANET event.